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Salvation Army Breakfast Casserole Drive


May 21, 2017 12:00 am May 21, 2017 12:00 am America/Chicago Salvation Army Breakfast Casserole Drive

On the weekend of Saturday and Sunday, May 20 & 21, we will hand out casserole tins for our annual Salvation Army Breakfast Casserole Drive to help feed the homeless in the Des Moines metro area. Volunteers have two weeks to prepare, bake, freeze and mark as directed on the recipe supplied with the tin. Please return the baked, frozen casseroles at either Mass on Sunday, June 4. The Salvation Army Mobile Canteen will be in the church parking lot to collect the frozen casseroles. If Sunday doesn’t work for you, you can drop them off at the church during regular business hours prior to Saturday, June 3, 2017. The free breakfast may also include coffee or hot chocolate, milk, orange juice, individual boxed cereal, donuts, hard-boiled eggs and more depending on what is available that day.  Each casserole feeds 10 people and about 125 casseroles are served each week. If you have any questions contact Ray Scheve at scheveiu@yahoo.com

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On the weekend of Saturday and Sunday, May 20 & 21, we will hand out casserole tins for our annual Salvation Army Breakfast Casserole Drive to help feed the homeless in the Des Moines metro area. Volunteers have two weeks to prepare, bake, freeze and mark as directed on the recipe supplied with the tin.

Please return the baked, frozen casseroles at either Mass on Sunday, June 4. The Salvation Army Mobile Canteen will be in the church parking lot to collect the frozen casseroles. If Sunday doesn’t work for you, you can drop them off at the church during regular business hours prior to Saturday, June 3, 2017.

The free breakfast may also include coffee or hot chocolate, milk, orange juice, individual boxed cereal, donuts, hard-boiled eggs and more depending on what is available that day.  Each casserole feeds 10 people and about 125 casseroles are served each week. If you have any questions contact Ray Scheve at scheveiu@yahoo.com